NINAS has counselled Pastor Bakare to join forces with its well thought out template and recommendations for decommissioning the military-era imposed “1999 Constitution,” rather than reinvent the wheel.
“Looking at what just played out in Afghanistan, the cost of delay in making this narrow Escape bid from Certain Damnation, will be reckoned in blood. We can all chorus: God Forbid, but we must get up and act as instructed by NINAS,” Tony Nnadi writes on behalf of NINAS in Opinions.
Opinion: Reinventing the wheel with pilfered ideas: A rejoinder to the so-called Eminent Elders Forum’s 19-point resolution on how Nigeria can be moved forward. Written by Tony Nnadi, on behalf of NINAS.
“This audio by the Speaker that introduced himself as Pastor Istaphanus has been circulating for at the least 5 years. The Rogue Biafra Franchise merely put a video on it to adapt the message to suit their hollow shenanigans,” Tony Nnadi writes.
The Nigerian Indigenous Nationalities Alliance for Self-determination has began its final push to halt the journey to 2023 General Elections with the unveiling of a new set of action plans.
NINAS has directed the regional blocs in Nigeria to advance the processing and ratification of their regional constitutions and charters in readiness for UN-backed regional Self-determination stay or leave referendums.
In furtherance of its demand for an end to the military era imposed constitutional order backed by Decree 24 of 1999, the Nigerian Indigenous Nationalities Alliance for Self-determination (NINAS) has released 8 new call-to-action videos.
On behalf of NINAS, Tony Nnadi writes on “The imperative of seizing the moment in the sudden emergence of a rare countrywide consensus on the hitherto intractable Nigerian National Question.”
Why We Are Not Part Of EEF Proposal To The National Assembly For Restructuring Nigeria, NINAS Explains
Nigeria Indigenous Nationalities Alliance for Self-determination (NINAS) explains why it’s not part of Eminent Elders Forum (EEF) proposal to the National Assembly for restructuring Nigeria.
“Today I am going to talk about “togetherness”. We have all heard words like, “We can never unite because we are too many tribes” or “It is not possible for so many tribes to be together”, Orient Harmony writes in Opinions.